Careers / VET Update
Standing room only for UNSW Presentation
The University of New South Wales presented information about their courses, campus and facilities to a packed house on Tuesday 25 March. The students gained an insight into the life of a UNSW student. The presentation improved their understanding of course offerings at this university that they may be interested in pursuing post school.
UTS Accounting Scholarship presentation
Ex Bethany student Paige Perry and ex Marist College Kogarah student presented information about the UTS Accounting Scholarship. This is an opportunity for future students to ‘learn while they earn’. The scholarship contributes $18000 to university course fees and offers overseas working experience. The presenters were enthusiastic about this opportunity and did a great job promoting their course to the students.
The University Admissions Centre (UAC), presented information about university application processes to students and their parents from five local schools on Wednesday 3 April. The information presented not only covered university applications but also looked at how the ATAR is calculated. Students walked away from this presentation with a renewed sense of confidence.
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Macquarie University – Year 12 Information Evening
We’ll take you through our early entry program, courses, scholarships, pathway options and give you the opportunity to speak one-on-one with course advisers. Parents are encouraged to attend. Register here:
UTS – The Galuwa Engineering and IT Experience
Apply by 2 June
The Galuwa Experience, held in the July school holidays is a fantastic chance for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students to discover the opportunities a degree in engineering or IT can provide.
New Early Entry – Macquarie University
Macquarie has a new early entry program on the way! Following feedback and consultation with schools and students, we are launching a new early entry program very soon.
We’re still looking for students who are doing well at school and involved in service, leadership and extra-curricular activities within their community.
Be the first to know what’s happening at Macquarie, including when this new early entry program open for 2020 entry by providing your details below. Plus, we’ll keep you up updated on our events and activities. Visit here and complete to stay up to date:
University of Notre Dame Medicine Information Sessions
21 May. 6pm or 7pm.
160 Oxford St, Darlinghurst (map)
Dreaming of a career in Medicine? Come along to our Doctor of Medicine Information Session and find out why Notre Dame is ranked the Number 1 University for Overall Quality of Educational Experience in Australia (QILT).
This session has been designed to provide you with an overview of our medicine program and our unique application process. You will also have the opportunity to meet academic staff and students, and tour our purpose-built campus.
As places are limited, please register your interest below or contact the Prospective Students Office on 02 8204 4404 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
21 May register here: https://www.notredame.edu.au/events-items/medicine-information-session2
University of Notre Dame – Getting to Know Nursing Evening
Tuesday 14 May. 6:00pm – 7:30pm
160 Oxford St, Darlinghurst (map)
Dreaming of a career in Nursing? Come along to our ‘Getting to Know Nursing’ event and find out why Notre Dame is ranked the Number 1 University for Overall Quality of Educational Experience in Australia (QILT).
At this session, you will have the opportunity to:
- Learn more about our nursing program and unique admission process
- Meet the Dean and other academic staff
- Chat to current nursing students about life at Notre Dame
- Explore our purpose-built Darlinghurst campus
- Apply directly on the day
Places are strictly limited. Please register below or contact us on 02 8204 4404 or email@example.com for further information.
ACU Elite Athlete and Performer Program
The Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) is designed to give students who are top sporting or artistic performers the tools they need to achieve balance across their active and academic lives.
The program comes with a range of benefits, including:
- adjustment factors to your entry score
- early timetabling
- academic support (deferred exams, extensions, special considerations)
- access to travel grants and scholarships.
ACU Passion for Business – Early Entry Program Now Open
Let your values create value. Our Passion for Business (P4B) program gets you guaranteed early entry into an ACU business course, so you can focus on completing school with the knowledge you’ve been awarded a place in the degree of your choice.
an early conditional offer from ACU before receiving your ATAR/OP from the Tertiary Admissions Centre and prior to completing your final exams
access to our Academic Skills workshops, CareerHub and networking events
study abroad opportunities
Civil Engineering – Road Designers in Traineeship
The Road Designer in Training program is available to people looking for a career in designing roads while at the same time studying towards a Civil Engineering degree. Trainees will be working on challenging road and infrastructure projects in NSW.
Intake every year. For more information, please contact RDITcoordinator@rms.nsw.gov.au.
School Based Traineeship for Indigenous Students
We currently have School based traineeships available In with leading National companies like QANTAS, ANZ, Australia Post and many others. Apply below or for any further enquiries please call 1300 669 859.
ARC Group Training – Business Traineeships
ARC are here to make career development easy! We offer Business Traineeships for recent school leavers wanting to start their career in the Business world. As part of your traineeship, you will work full time in an office junior role, undertake a Certificate III in Business and get PAID! For more information call us on 02 8833 3999 or email your resume to:
Qantas Group Pilot Academy
We train our pilots to the highest standards and we can draw on almost 100 years of aviation experience. We want to help shape the next generation of pilots and that’s why we’re establishing the Qantas Group Pilot Academy. It will open its doors in 2019 with an initial intake of 100 pilots, and once it’s fully established we aim to train up to 500 pilots a year.
We expect the typical entrants to be high school or university graduates with a strong academic performance. After 18 months of classroom, simulator and real world flight training you’ll graduate. The training could lead to employment with one of the Qantas Group airlines, including Jetstar.
TOP Career Edge – Law or Business – Theory and Experience Combined
An important part of being ready to enter the workforce is building your practical professional skills. Here at TOP, we have a number of initiatives to help prepare our students for their careers. We call this TOP’s Career Edge.
We have a strong belief that your education is more than just what you learn in the classroom. Through TOP’s career development programs, our students will be able to turn the theory they learn in class into real life experiences. These experiences will help shape our students to be outstanding candidates in today’s highly competitive employment market. Find out more about TOP’s career development opportunities on our website:
Whitehouse Fashion and Interior Design July Workshops
2 Short Street, Surry Hills
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William Angliss Institute – Leader in Hospitality, Tourism and Events Hotel Management
With around 23,000 students across Australia and world-wide enrolling each year, we offer a broad range of training and education programs including accredited traineeships and apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas, short courses, graduate certificates, bachelors and master degrees. Speak to William Angliss Institute representatives to find out about the range of courses on offer. Call us on (02)91255110
Kenvale College – Barista Course
38 High Street, Randwick
This is a great opportunity for students to acquire a qualified unit of competency during the holidays, and perfect for those who want to equip themselves with basic barista training to work in the hospitality industry.
The course will include, but not limited to, preparing and serving tea and coffee, the origins of tea and coffee, fundamentals of using a coffee machine and milk frothing.
Any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org / 02 9314 6213
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Australian Federal Police Entry Level
How to go about applying for entry level positions.
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Teach in a Rural NSW School
Years 10 -12 who are interested in becoming a teacher in a rural NSW school? The NSW Department of education is offering scholarships to school students with a guaranteed permanent job, financial assistance throughout the course of study and 6,000 appointment allowance and $7,500 per year of full time study. Head to this website to find out more:
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Are you seeking to inspire your students to pursue a business, accounting or finance career? Featuring hundreds of employers, offering: graduate, vacation, internship and cadetship roles in accounting, business and finance.
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Next Step Program for Year 12s Science and STEM
Students who participated in the NYSF Year 12 Program have the option to attend the follow-up NYSF Next Step programs later in the year.
Held during school holidays in April and June/July each year, the Next Step Programs run in collaboration with our funding partner universities across Australia and our partners from the corporate sector, as well as particular research organisations. These programs are specifically designed for NYSF students to extend and develop their knowledge of courses, facilities, scholarships and accommodation on the different university campuses, allowing a comparison with campuses and colleges they saw on session in January.
Applications for NYSF close 31 May
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Talent Development Project Foundation – Applications Open
Live Auditions will be held in Sydney between 9am – 5:00pm on the following dates:
Tuesday 23rd April
Wednesday 24th April
Friday 26th April
Saturday 27th April
The TDP are very excited to announce applications are OPEN for students to audition for the 2019/2020 program!
To be eligible, students must attend a NSW Public High School and be in Years 10-12 (min 15 years old).
All singers, songwriters, musical theatre performers and instrumentalists are welcome.
To apply, all performers need to submit an Online Application form and also complete the Principle & Contact Teacher Endorsement form.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Alix on 02 9319 0503 or email@example.com
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